For example, when a new item is added to a list, we may need to perform some action like say, notifying the person who created the list item, or modifying the dependent entries in some other location etc.
Handling of such events is facilitated by event receivers.
So, often times when you have an event handler you have to do something that takes longer to execute than Share Point normally allows for within an event handler. However, this same class can be used within your event handler to pass off your long running event operation into a site collection job.
Now normal multi-threading sometimes works here, but often times also runs in to the issue where Share Point terminates the event as timed out. You may be familiar with the UI long running job class: Microsoft. In the below example you can see I just pass the event directly in to a Long Running Operation Job with an extended time out of 30 minutes. Additionally, this gives you the option to have UI on top of some events from a custom monitoring web part or administrative web part without any more work! Example Code: This entry was posted on February 10, 2011, pm and is filed under 2007, 2010, Code, Share Point.
Recently a simple requirement came up: “Redirect the user to the view-form of an item after he creates a new item”. Redirect(" // Will NOT abort the thread but the redirection is ignored _current Context.
The default behavior of Share Point is to redirect the user to the url defined by the // Will abort the thread _current Context.
My company Sharepointalist was diligently working on making conditional formatting features accessible and usable by the regular Share Point user.
From the calendar settings choose "Create column" under the Columns options.
List Booster works as an add-on on your regular out of the box Share Point list views (any lists and document libraries).
It allows you to style your list, apply color schemes, manage font-styles and colors - all on top of you regular Share Point user interface.
In Share Point 2013 and Office 365 this functionality is gone.
You can still use different Java Script hacks (i.e.
From the calendar settings choose "Create column" under the Columns options.List Booster works as an add-on on your regular out of the box Share Point list views (any lists and document libraries).It allows you to style your list, apply color schemes, manage font-styles and colors - all on top of you regular Share Point user interface.In Share Point 2013 and Office 365 this functionality is gone.You can still use different Java Script hacks (i.e.A common usage for Sharepoint is meeting room bookings.